Next in my series of books read is Iron Man-The Armor Trap. I’ve been reading this for a while and there’s a reason for that. It was laborious to get through this. Bordering on excruciating. But I like to finish what I start and in the end I ultimately learn something about writing.
Not to be one that sits idle, I always like to be reading something. Normally, that’s one fiction and one non-fiction book. This time around I have another Marvel novel that I’ve been picking away at starring the genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist that we all know and love, Iron Man.
Recently, I ran into a treasure of superhero novels online that I am beginning to buy. Being a geek of all things comic-booky (I think I just created a new word) and writing in a genre that is similar, I’ve finally finished a novel that I’ve had for a while but just now read with one of my fave teams, the Fantastic Four. Here’s my take on it.
Some may say that I’m coming into this party late. I’m not of that inclination. I believe that timing is […]
There are certain personality traits that people need in order to be successful as a writer. With the publishing industry changing daily and the digital age making it possible for the solo writer to strike out on their own, its important to know what these qualities are in order to see if you have them or if you need to concentrate on developing them. One of those qualities is commitment. The ability to persevere through hard times and obstacles. I was reminded recently by none other than the Marvel main man Stan Lee.